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5in Line Voltage New Construction Housing for Recessed Lighting

5in Line Voltage New Construction Housing for Recessed Lighting

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NH-501Q

Nora Lighting

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Product Overview
  • Order lamps separately
  • PAR20 or PAR30 halogen
  • UL listed, damp locations
Description
This five-inch new construction recessed lighting housing has an integral thermal protector, preventing improper installation. It's IC rated, which means it can safely be placed alongside or underneath insulation. It's also compatible with line voltage dimmers. This housing can be used in new construction or where there is access above the ceiling.
  • Knockouts: junction box has seven 1/2in knockouts and four knockouts with true pry-out slots.
Specifications
Width (in)
7.25
Height (in)
7.5
Length (in)
10.5
Wattage
75
Cutout Required (in)
5.5
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of Light Bulbs
1
Input Voltage
120V
Light Source
Halogen
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Location Rating
Damp
Light Bulb Base Type
E26 Medium Screw
Light Bulbs Included
No
Light Bulb Shape
PAR20
PAR30
Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Dimmer
Line Voltage
Mounting Type
Ceiling
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Recessed Diameter
5in
Recessed Housing Type
New Construction
Housing Quick Connectors
Yes
Housing Integral Thermal Protector
Yes
Light Fixture Type
Recessed Housing
Condition
New
Voltage System
Line Voltage
Brand
Nora Lighting
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Question from Larry:

Does this support 65 watt BR 30 bulbs? If so, why doesn't it specify that? Aren't they the most common bulbs for this type of fixture?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, it does not. It uses PAR20 or PAR30 shape bulbs.
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